Morgan sticking with commitment

Arizona commit Jordan Morgan is still hearing from other schools, but remains happy with his decision. Read on to see his thoughts on the coaching staff, his role, and more.

Beaverton (Ore.) Southridge athlete Jordan Morgan was one of the first 2014 players to commit to Arizona and while the coaches love his skills, they are taking a wait and see approach to how they will use him.

"The coaches aren't completely sure what they are going to do with me," Morgan said. "I'm fine with that, though. They think a lot of my abilities and they don't want to just stick me some place permanently before they see what I look like in practice."

Morgan continues to strengthen his relationship with the coaching staff.

"I've developed a pretty strong relationship and bond with them and I trust what they want to do," he said. "They've been very successful in the past, so I'm going to leave that stuff up to them."

Morgan hoped that he would be able to make it down to Arizona for the July 27th unveiling of the new facilities, but he won't be able to attend.

"It stinks because I want to be down there and see everybody and see what things look like, but it just didn't work out," Morgan said. "I'm still going to go on my official during the season and I'm excited for that."

A few schools have tried reaching out to Morgan, but their pitch has fallen on deaf ears.

"I still get some stuff from time to time," Morgan said. "Coaches will leave me messages asking if I'm still solid to Arizona and each time I just reply, yes.

"I found the school that I want to go to and I'm already thinking about having a great senior year before moving onto big-time college football."

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